Try these apps for easy entry into audio for breaking news and audience reaction
‘Voices of Kabul’ shows how audio can be harnessed in newsgathering and engagement efforts.
Leaders of color could be the future of local news — as long as we can convince them to stay
Journalists of color need internal and external support to accelerate their pace of growth and development.
News archives: The untapped resource Part 1
News archives are a resource not often discussed in newsrooms today. The once rich repositories of carefully preserved news and research data, tended by trained librarians and staff experts are mostly gone now or hanging on by a thread.
Year in review: How RJI continues to work with, and for, journalists
Eight ways RJI helped newsrooms like yours in 2020 It doesn’t happen every year, but when the unexpected discovery becomes a bit of a trend at the Donald W. Reynolds Journalism Institute, it’s a good year. And that it happened in 2020, which, for the most part, has been a tough year, is especially good. … Continued
From the frontlines: Latino journalists describe discrimination
In our investigative project we have already mentioned salary disparities as the main factor of discrimination, and our final product will focus on a tool kit for young Latina journalists to use as they face their first employment interviews. While we are working on this, we will also bring to light several testimonies we have … Continued
Voice delivered news: Tips and Tools
5 tips to get started integrating your news content with voice activated devices
Interactive Chats: Our tips for building a story in InterviewJS
Find out how student creator Emily Dunn covered a story using InterviewJS.
Games for News: Inviting readers to participate in the story
Sisi Wei of ProPublica shares how news games invite readers to participate in the story and how games are a unique way to tell certain stories in journalism.
Infographics: Telling stories through visual thinking
Ross Crooks, co-founder of Column Five, shares how to use infographics successfully to tell stories in journalism.
Fact-checking: Journalism distilled to its essence
Angie Holan, editor of PolitiFact, speaks with us about fact-checking, how to get started and why it’s an important part of journalism today. Watch our next segment to see what Missouri residents thought about each of the claims we fact-checked and their opinions on fact-checking websites provided by news organizations.